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president obama's team is launching another offensive. the presidential race is tighter than ever in virginia and women are the focus. tonight the first lady is in loudoun county. mrs. obama is speaking to a crowd in leesburg. >> now finally, when it comes to understanding the lives of women, all right? when it come to standing up for our rights and opportunities, we know that my husband will always have our backs! >> reporter: news4 in northern virginia bureau chief julie carey is live in leesburg where the fight is on to get the edge with women voters. >> reporter: the first lady wrapping up a rousing pep rally here at the loudoun county fairgrounds. she is an energetic advocate on behalf of her husband and a key figure in the obama campaign's effort to turn out women for the president. the president's advantage with women has been shrinking since the debate performance last week. today we got the thoughts from women in both the romney and
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obama camps. there is one thing the obama and romney campaigns can agree on. women are a key to victory. until last week's debate, the gender gap strongly favored president obama. he had a double digit lead with women. now as the poll are tightening, the advantage has begun to disappear. one reason both sides are trying to energize their female supporters by turning to the candidates' spouses. ann romney was in rif mond yesterday. this is the first lady's second time in virginia in a month. >> i think she he will braces those values that women embrace and care about. and i think she definitely fires the women up. >> reporter: obama supporters waiting in line before the event say they trust the president to preserve their rights. >> equal pay for equal work. >> i have a daughter. it took a long time for women to gain what we have as far as rights. and it would be taking a giant step backward to vote in romney. i mean, he is against the right
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for a woman to have control over her body. >> reporter: but romney supporters says reproductive rights and other social issues have not come up in her door to door campaigning. the chairman of romney's loudoun county victory effort has knocked on thousands of doors since july. >> believe it or not, different than any other election, this question has not really come up. >> reporter: she said she believes the paramount issue for women in 2012 is the economy. >> i asked them to think about where they were four years ago and how things have gone. and i just talked through, did the bailouts help you? did some of these other programs help you? did the quote/unquote shovel ready jobs help you? >> reporter: barack obama won loudoun county back in 2008. a vote that was fueled by ballots cast by suburban women. that is one reason michelle obama is here again.
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romney supporters hoping to turn loudoun county red this time around. for now, reporting live, julie carey, news4. >> hello, buckeyes! >> president obama himself has just wrapped up a campaign speech on the campus of ohio state university. mitt romney, meanwhile, is also in ohio. he'll speak at a rally about an hour from now. his strong debate performance last week led to a boost in some polls. steve handelsman with the latest on that. >> a few weeks ago, at the obama numbers. mitt romney had virtually written off ohio. but now in that big state, in florida, virginia, the rest of the swing states, the new romney plan is to push back hard. mitt romney came to dusty iowa on his way to ohio. with new confidence that he can win those battleground states. and a new willingness to open up personally. today about glenn dougherty, a
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navy s.e.a.l. romney met at a party. >> you can imagine how i felt when i found out he was one of the two former navy s.e.a.l.s killed in benghazi on september 11th. and it touched me, obviously. >> reporter: after the debate in denver, romney soared to the lead over obama. but the pollsters are seeing romney's numbers go back down. >> definitely he got a bump. as we continue to track at gallup, friday, saturday, sunday, we think some of that is dissipating. >> reporter: today, as president obama arrived in ohio, he put hill behind by two points among likely voters. in columbus, he mocked romney. >> somebody is finally getting tough on larry bird. who knew that he was driving our deficit? >> reporter: he put up a cable tv ad. >> it's me, big bird. >> big, yell, oh a menace to our economy. mitt romney knows it is not wall
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street you have to worry about. it is sesame street. >> reporter: team obama even flew the messagever romney today. who mocked the president's move to save a tv character. >> i actually think we need to have a president who talks about saving the american people and saving good jobs and saving our future. >> reporter: a race with new energy and urgency in key states like ohio where this is the time day for voter registration. >> reporter: with romney ahead, but the president keeping his lead in the poll with a bigger group. all registered voters, democrats figure more than ever now, it is turnout that will decide who wins. i'm steve handelsman, news4. the big day is almost here. the nationals' first game of the playoff season is tomorrow afternoon at nationals park against the cardinals by this time tomorrow, the game will probably be over. and thousands of baseball fans will converge with rush hour
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traffic. news4 transportation reporter adam joins us from the navy yard metro with a look at the traffic preparations. >> reporter: rush hour meets the first nats playoff game and it could make a mess of your commute. a 1:00 start time at the ballpark and win or lose, the game and the 40,000 plus fans will likely be letting out right into the heart of rush hour. metro has been getting ready. >> we are going to be running extra trains on the green line as we do for most nationals games. we'll be running them several hours in advance of the game. >> reporter: and on the roads. >> everybody i think needs to have a game plan whether they're going to the game or not. they need to know how they're going to get home. and if there is any way to avoid this area. that's what we recommend. >> reporter: d-dot is deploying its own team of officers and crossing guards to guide drivers away from nats park after the game. >> we will have some of our traffic safety engineers, traffic signal engineers will be
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monitoring things remotely and they'll be able to change the signal timing if they need to. >> reporter: the best way to get here to the game may be on two wheels. nats park has a free bike valley eight. if you want to take the capital bike share, there will be plenty of spaces for those dropping off have the bikes here. >> we're going to have a bike corral. which means you ride there. you don't have to worry about whether there are any open docks. we'll have staff there. they'll check the bike in for you and they'll keep the bikes there. so if anybody wants to ride home after the game, they can do that. >> reporter: fans already know, they need a game plan. >> i'm leaving early. i'm not going to be around when all the madness happens. >> reporter: now if you live or work in this area, you should know some road closures start as early as seven clog tomorrow morning. news4. >> right now the man charged
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with killing his estranged wife and her 11-year-old son is back in a courtroom in maryland. his name is kurtis lopez. he is charged with two murders last october. today a judge ruled against a request from his lawyers to block the testimony of a medical examiner. those lawyers say the testimony would put them in a distack, because their experts did not get a chance to do the same test. >> reporter: today a judge ordered jerry sandusky to spend what will be the rest of his life in prison. he got a 30 to 60-year prison sentence today. earlier this year, jurors found sandusky guilty of sexually abusing ten children. coming up in a few minutes, we'll hear what some of his victim had to say in court today. a stern warning from a federal judge to former d.c. council chairman kwame brown. the judge ordered him to obey a curfew and says, brown doesn't want to know what will happen if he breaks the court rules again. tom sherwood shows us what else the judge had to say to brown
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and why he had to be called back to court in the first place. >> reporter: last summer, kwame brown, a former rising star, resign his chairmanship and left city politics, his career, in ruins. he was ordered back in court tuesday for failing to check in weekly before he was extended in november for felony bank fraud. at his guilty plea last summer, brown had promised to cooperate. but judge richard leon was told tuesday, brown had three times failed to check in as required. brown attempted to apologize. your apology is a little late in the game. what is your excuse, the judge that, cutting off brown. you're five weeks away from sentencing. this is not the way to position yourself. you must be extremely careful. you don't want to know what the next step is. judge leon ordered brown from now on to check in personally at the court once a week. and to adhere to a curfew from 11:00 p.m. at night until 6:30 in the morning. don't be back here until the day
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of sentencing. this is pretty simple stuff. brown's attorney said his client had gotten the message that he could be jailed if he disobeyed the court again. >> is he clear now on what his pretrial release conditions are? >> yeah. mr. brown is clear about those. he has always been clear. there were some glitches. i think he is very focused now and he'll walk the straight and narrow path between now and sentencing day. >> reporter: in the district, tom sherwood, news4. it is a bit funky out there but we have some changes coming our way. a look at what is going to happen. it is going on continue to be a little funky right through tomorrow morning. 62 degrees out there right now. the winds out of the northeast at seven miles per hour. we've seen a lot of cloud cover but we have not seen any showers today. it could be a sprinkle overnight but i'm not expecting much. take a look at the nuls. 57 in gaithersburg. 58 in martinsburg.
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where do we go tomorrow and what about the rest of the week? i'll have the forecast coming up. a visitor helps spark riots in the streets of greece. a maryland teenager says he's been tortured by bullies and come under assault in front of tv cameras. a junk removal crew found a treasure in the trash. >> it was all red and sweaty an?
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and nasa's rover is digging up a new discovery on mars. it was a violent scene in athens, greece. riots broke out in the streets. at least 30 people were injured. it happened as 50,000 people hit the streets to protest a visit from german chancellor angela merkel. many in greece blame germany for the tough spending cuts enact in exchange for the cuts from the german government. today she encouraged greek reform but promised no more aid. in russia, there is an investigation underway into an explosion. an explosion so powerful that
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buildings 20 miles away were shaken. 4,000 tons of ammunition blew up. soldiers unloaded it today at a weapons disposal site. the russian officials declared a state of emergency and evacuated three villages. now they're looking to see whether negligence is to blame. nobody was injured. but back in may, six touchdowns were killed in an explosion at a different weapon disposal site. mexico says it has proof it has taken out that country's most powerful drug lord. today mexico's navy says fingerprint tests confir the man died in a gun battle with marines on sunday. just hours after the test was taken, arld men stole his body from a funeral home. his gapping of 10,000 is said to have a hold on the drug trade near the u.s. border. tuesday had offered up to $5 million in reward money for his capture. the form he penn state coach, assistant coach, jerry sandusky, learn his fate today. a judge gave him a 30 to 60-year sentence which means he will
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likely spend the rest of his life in prison. brian moore was in the courtroom and has more of what some of sandusky's victims said in court before the sentence was handed down. >> reporter: jerry sandusky left the courthouse to begin what amounts a life sentence behind bars. the form he penn state football kofi once hailed as a hero on the gridiron, now officially labeled a violent sex predator under pennsylvania law. before sentencing, sandusky delivered a rambling 50-minute statement. he choke with emotion as he talked about smiling through his pain and he declared himself a victim. repeating claim of innocence, he made in a radio statement on the eve of sentencing. >> they can treat me as a monster but they cannot take away my heart. in my heart i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. >> reporter: the prosecutor called sandusky's statements ridiculous. >> his statement today was a
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master piece of banal self-delusion. completely untethered from reality and without any acceptance or responsibility. >> reporter: sandusky's defense team said it will appeal the conviction. >> we believe had we had the time, that we would have had an opportunity to prove jerry's innocence. >> reporter: judge john cleland called it a story of betrayal and told san does kirk abused the trust of those that trusted you. the former coach was convicted on charges of sex abuse on ten young boys he met through the second mile, his charity for underprivileged youthful three of sandusky's victims confronted him in the courtroom. one stared directly at the defendant as he said, we both know exactly what happened. you should be ashamed of yourself. another sobbed as he told the court of his abuse and his harrowing road to recovery saying, i've not by any means arrived but i've certainly left. one of the jurors said she believes justice has been served
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but this case is far from over. the prosecutor said the investigation is continuing. nbc news, bellefonte, pennsylvania. news for your health now for the first time. hiv tests are now available at some local drug stores. it is called the oraquick in-home hiv test. it costs about $40. people swab their cheek. you can get results in about 20 minutes. some say it is a huge step in the fight against aids. others say the price tag is too steep for those who need the test the most. >> i don't think this is a game changer. i think it is realistic this test, particularly when priced at $40 at retail, is going to do a lot to contain this epidemic. >> the test looks for hiv antibodies and does not test for the hiv itself. doug is back with more about our funky weather, huh? >> i love it, man. >> isn't that an appropriate
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meteorological term? >> yeah. that was in the first year's courses. >> right up there with yucky. >> yucky, funky. it is not bad weather. we're not dealing with bad weather but it is a little funky out there when you consider the temperature are running 10 to 20 degrees below average over the last three days. we've seen plenty of clouds. those clouds still around. we thought earlier today, we thought look. the sun is starting to come out in parts of the area. the clouds moved right back in as expected across the region today. 62 degrees, the current temperature at the airport. the winds out of the northeast at seven miles an hour with plenty of cloud cover. the big question is not the way it is out there right now. what about the day tomorrow? the nats take on the cards. let's go into the city. and then right through the mall over toward the southeast. we're looking at temperatures tomorrow morning into temperatures, tomorrow afternoon, rather, around 1:00. the official game time. 107. the temperature around 67 degrees under partly sunny skies. winds out of west at five to ten
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miles an hour. i think we're looking at a very nice day for a baseball game right here in the city. hopefully we can take the 2-1 advantage. 58 in martinsburg. 61 in leesburg right now. 61 in culpepper. along the eastern shore. coming in at 57 degrees. so still on the cool side. we're still about five to ten degrees below average. we're also five to ten degrees above where we were yesterday. so at least we're heading in the right direction. as far as the radar is concern, no rain to talk about. i don't think we'll see much in the way of rain. it could be a possible sprinkle overnight of once again, i think most of us will remain on the dry side. there is a little system coming through. you can see it right here. see it? coming right through the area. that's some cloud cover and that's why the clouds have moved back. in that's why we could see that sprinkle or. two most of us will stay on the dry side. this will move through. we'll see clouds early tomorrow morning. as this little area of stormy know continues to move through, i think we'll break out into
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some sunshine. i think most of the game could see enough sunshine. cool temperatures continue. showers, mostly down to the south and the east. the area of low pressure moves off the coast. tomorrow, rather a nice day when you consider the last couple days, we need to see some sunshine. i think we'll get that tomorrow morning. we would like to see a little warm-up ahead of the next cold front. that next cold front comes through tomorrow evening. it will be a dry cold front. not expecting any rain. what it will do is bring in another cooler air mass as high pressure moves in from the great lakes and canada. we'll see plenty of sunshine on thursday. the temperature will be about five to ten degrees below average for the day on thursday. it does look like things begin to moderate as we head into the weekend. this evening, morning clouds. still on the cool side. tomorrow morning you'll stem outside. it could be some patchy fog in some locations, like today, although i think it could be more widespread. not as cool. temperatures about 53 in the
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city under mostly cloudy if not totally cloudy. we'll see clouds to start the day but some clearing late in the day and warmer temperatures. 67 to 72 with some sunshine. that's a pretty nice fall afternoon. 64 on thursday as we go back below average. 67 on friday. 67 on saturday. and we will wake up to the upper 30s for most locations. the city, coming in low to mid 40s. the weekend pretty good, i think. saturday looking good. but sunday, really nice. 75 degrees on sunday with some sunshine. the only thing on sunday that i'm a little worried about, we could have 20, maybe 25-mile-an-hour winds. that's the same wind that helps to warm us up. >> okay. we can't have everything. >> coming up, the university of maryland has chosen a side in the gambling debate in maryland. >> and also, a mother wants answers after her son died. the son was pepper sprayed by
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police. coming up in sports, the nationals getting ready to send let me tell you how i will create 12 million jobs
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goodbye to the worst kicker. two new voices in the maryland casino debate. today university of maryland backed the push to expand gambling in the state. >> at the same time, some redskins fans objected to the team owner's support for a new casino in prince george's county. chris gordon has both sides of the debate. >> reporter: montgomery county educators as well as business and elected leaders came to campus today to make a point. supporters of question 7 say expanded gambling will mean hundreds of millions of dollars for education. money being spent by maryland residents in the casinos of neighboring states.
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>> there was a study that came out today that suggested $1.2 billion that marylanders are spending, that marylanders are spending in west virginia. >> reporter: the event took place at the university of maryland at shady grove. >> the university border reached a decision in support. the moneys coming in will be supporting education, education capital budgets. so this is important. >> reporter: we requested a response from the group opposing question 7. get the facts. vote no on 7 says just because money goes to the education trust fund doesn't mean that it will get to maryland kids. new revenues would be used for increased education funding. last week, this group of clergy and communicate activists in prince george's county said no to question 7. they don't want a casino built at national harbor. that same day, the washington
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redskins went public in support of question 7. these civic and faith leaders are renouncing what they call the redskins intrusion into question 7 saying, they are concerned that it reflects an exclusive advertising and marketing deal as opposed to an interest in the well being of the community or the state. they say the nfl changed league rule this year to allow casino advertising in stadiums. the redskins play their home games at fed-ex field in landover. the latest poll shows that gambling question in maryland too close to call with 9% of the voters still undecided. so both sides will be making a big push between now and election day. in montgomery county, chris gordon, news4. a lawmaker in montgomery county wants the county to have the capacity to impose a county wide gas tax. county council president said the county tax would help pay for transportation projects,
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including the purple line. he proposed it after the governor's attempt to raise the tax failed. he said one of the advantages of a county tax is that the county gets to keep all the money. in the district, some drivers have a hard time figuring out all the traffic circles. in this case, a guy named josh ritz caught it on cam raffle this is logan circle yesterday afternoon. somebody took a shortcut and drove through the circle. around the sidewalk and then back out on rhode island avenue. somebody did call the cops but we don't know what happened after that. and there he goes. cameras didn't scare off a so-called bunch of bullies at a maryland high school. they were so bold they attack a teenager right in front of a tv news crew. preston dean is a sophomore at brunswick high school in frederick county. he was suspended for fighting back against a bully.
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yesterday he was doing an interview with the hagerstown tv station when he was attacked again. right before the cameras started rolling. >> the student came up to me. this happened yesterday in the gaithersburg area. jackie benson spoke about what could have happened. >> reporter: the mother said she still doesn't know exactly what happened. >> and i talked to him at 4:30 on monday before this all happened. and i knew that he is really the worst i've ever seen him. >> reporter: karen jones said it was mother's instinct that led hervdpsfqtfvf townhouse her(he
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died monday k x-b of a long heart breaking struggle for her son and her family that began when nathan was diagnosed with schizophrenia at 18. >> so he's had it for 20 something years. he lived with me for six of those years. and he was in the state hospital for a little while. and he ended up, because he was there, we got first choice of going into family services and getting him into an apartment. >> reporter: montgomery county police say they responded to the group home on tailor shop place just before 5:00 p.m. monday for a 911 call that a man later identified as nathan jones, was threatening his rule mates with a knife and a hammer. they say he was pepper sprayed when he refused to obey officers' orders. >> as is our protocol, we requested that fire rescue come. treat him. get the spray off his eyes, off
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his face. fire rescue left. while officers were speaking with him waiting for a transport vehicle to arrive, they noticed that he was trouble breathing and then lost consciousness. >> reporter: the ambulance returned a second time. nathan jones died a short time later at a local hospital. investigators are awaiting an taums report to determine exactly how he died. reporting from gaithersburg, jackie benson. news 4. both presidential candidates are in ohio. president obama finished a campaign rally at the campus of ohio state university and mitt romney will be joined by chris christie at a rally in cuyahoga county. it is the last day of voter registration in ohio. a new curfew for former d.c. council chairman kwame brown in court today. a judge ordered him to obey even stricter new rules because he violated the terms of his release. brown failed to make three weekly calls to check in with the court.
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the judge warned him, not to tempt fate by breaking those rules or any others. brown is scheduled to be sentenced for felony bank fraud next month. the nationals' first game of the playoffs tomorrow at 1:00. preparations are underway to deal with the rush hour mess it is likely to cause when 40,000 fans let out. metro plans to run extra trains on the green line before and after the game. and traffic control officers will be on hand to help drivers. extra bike share spaces will be available at nationals park. lots of people all over the area are busy dogitating. pat collins is out finding out how they will make it happen. ♪ take me out to the ball game ♪ take me out through the crowd ♪ >> reporter: now just a minute. hold on. that game is tomorrow.
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tomorrow is wednesday. wednesday is a workday. it starts at 1:00. how are we going to deal with that? >> you're out of here! >> reporter: first we're going to need some protection. this catcher's mask will shield our identity as we collect excuses to tell our bosses so that we can -- >> play ball! >> reporter: excuses, excuses, excuses. animal stories. >> a dog got hit by a car this morning. >> reporter: oh, man! >> yep, my favorite pup. >> my cat is sick. >> reporter: your cat. >> my grandmother's cat. >> reporter: your grandmother's cat. and it requires a lot of --? >> in pittsburgh. >> reporter: that's going to take all day. ay.e all day. ♪ buy me some peanuts and cracker jack ♪ ♪ i don't care if i never come back ♪ >> reporter: excuses, excuses, excuses. high-tech tales. >> my dog ate my computer.
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>> reporter: that's so bad when your dog eats your computer. it used to be just your homework. >> the internet is down. the entire internet. >> reporter: you can't do anything. >> i can't. i can't do any work. >> reporter: it is very upsetting. >> i am so upset that i cannot work on the internet today. ♪ it's root, root, root for the nationals ♪ ♪ if they don't win it's a shame ♪ >> reporter: excuses, excuses. sick calls. are you going to play sick? >> i have to. >> reporter: what are you going to tell the boss? >> i have to start coughing the day before. >> reporter: give me a good cough. [ coughing ] >> reporter: that's awful. into maryland, go see my doctor -- >> reporter: a couple hours there. no point in even going to work. >> i can't, i can't. there is no way i can make it to work.
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>> reporter: there's only one place you can go. >> the nats game! ♪ it's one, two, three strikes you're out at the old ball game ♪ ♪ >> reporter: i'm pat collins, news4, washington. >> those are bright and sophisticated people that nobody else in the world can get to t. it's amazing. fanhyxf invite to nats coverage on nbc check out our nats playoff page. just sex nats. we're still looking for your fan photos. send pictures of your family, your house or your pets. who cares about dignity? the address is natspicks. we may even put them on the air for all the world to see. >> who planned the time on these
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games. that's what i want to know. >> not somebody with a 9:00 to 5:00 job. coming up, a frustrating day for amtrak and marc train riders. the nieman marcus christmas book is out and a drive to remember may be on santa's wish list. >> what are we going to remember about this weather? >> it will be nice for the nats game. right now we're remembering the clouds and the coole i approve this message. mitt romney: "i'm not in favor romney's being dishonest here an independent, non-partisan liberals will raise taxes on the chairman of that so-called romney's former company. gingrich was there too. it's not independent. }ing1?0 d and .
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ré forecast. amtrak trains are back on schedule between d.c. and delaware. train service was disrupted all morning long because of downed power lines that caused long line of frustration at union station. people headed north to major cities like newark, new york and boston were forced to make other plans. the power outage also affected marc trains. train service was restored about 1:00 this afternoon. the curiosity rover took its first scoop of martian soil today and stopped. nasa scientists spotted something amiss.
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there is a bright shiny object on the ground. what is it? and where did it come from? theorys abound from the surreal to the silly. nasa scientists say the object might be a little piece of the rover itself. they have halted digging until they can solve this mystery. garbage in, gold out. the woman up in massachusetts got the surprise of her life this week. thanks to the honesty of a trash collector. his name is leo. he was hauling away things for a woman whose mother had just died. along the his truck and had to break down a hope chest. inside, that's where he found something valuable. >> a plain white envelope. we opened it up. it looked like $1,000 bills but they were u.s. savings bonds. there were 22,300 worth of savings bonds. >> that was in 1972 dollars.
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today those bonds are words $114,000. legally, the bonds belong to guarantee as soon as the trash reached his truck. but he decided to return them any way. >> wow! >> that's a good man. >> i'll bet he got a little bit of a thank you present. >> probably so. but his reward will be much greater. >> $22,000. i went the other direction. i took the savings bonds i was supposed to use for college and i cashed them in early when i was 16. my parents were none too happy with me. >> sports, billy kigd
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to the cush. the z5l october magic continues. hello, everybody. i'm meteorologist doug kammerer. he says it is post scene time so i have less time for weather. we're in the playoffs. that's what we're talking about here.
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62 degrees, the current number. winds out of the northeast at seven miles per hour. what are we going to be seeing? it will be a cool night. but not as cool as it was last night. 58 in rockville. 57 in reston. teeratures, close to 10 degrees above where we were yesterday. that's some good news. 59 in camp springs. we do have a little storm system moving through. you won't notice it except for the cloud cover moving through aloft and that means we'll see more clouds throughout the rest of the evening hours. maybe a sprinkle but not much. 53 for an overnight low in washington. 43 in martinsburg. 52 toward pax river. tomorrow, looking at a very nice day. i think wee see some cloud cover
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69, culpepper. of course, the game looking good as far as the weather is concerned. i'm out of time? i'm out of time. >> my finger was tired from giving him a wrap. >> f whining, can we start talking about some baseball? >> yeah. he loves his stuff. nats back home this afternoon getting ready for game three of the additional series with the cardinals. things all square now. the series tied 1-1. the starting pitcher, he won a world series with the cardinals. he is set to face his former team in a crucial game tomorrow afternoon at 1:07 people. this is in essence a three-game home series for the nats. it is a new day and they've already forgotten about the pounding they took yesterday. today, a chance for the guys to get a breather before edwin jackson takes the mound on wednesday. >> the guys we have in front of
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us, i mean, they get a lot of attention. we don't really mind not being talked about a lot. at the end of the day, once you touch the field, you have to be the best pitcher that day. everyone that touches the field, has to be the ace. >> great competitor. he was going to help eat up some innings for us. he's been outstanding all year long. pitched exceptionally well. so it is good to have him here and it is good to have his experience going into game three. >> so here's -- >> did not he used to play for them? >> yeah. the world series. >> he pitched for them last year. here is a strange thing. the starting pitching has been the strength of the team all year. the best two that i havers in the post scene for the nationals did not pitch well. now they have to rely on edwin jackson. good thing he has the experience. and ross debt whiler to get it done. >> it will be fun. >> are you going? >> i'll going.
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i got better seats than you do. >> i hard he has better seats too. i might just sneak down and have to borrow those for a minute. 4:sauer 7 or 5:07 on thursday. game five if needed will be friday night at 8:37. game five will be only prime time game. the orioles even things one the yangs at camden yards. the omp's trying to do the ill probable. a must-win last night. o's didn't want to head to the bronx. this one off the wall in right. ichiro was on his course and he is coming home. the relay in plenty of time. but somehow, some way, ichiro avoids the tag. that was like a barrel roll. a matrix move. looked like matt had him there first but he doesn't get him the second time. the yankees are going crazy in
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the dugout as they take a 1-0 lead. same score, bottom three. andy pettitte. the winningest pitcher of postseason history on the mound but don't tell that to chris davis. sends it al right. rob andino and nate mclouth. jim johnson to close it up. blew up in the nine inning on monday. but tuesday, back to all star form. a-rod, the os win it 3-2. thor suies now tied at one game apiece and we head to the bronx tomorrow night. >> we expect to win. even if the other guys go out there and score some runs. we feel like we can go out and score more runs. so it is good to get this win. just to even it out going to the bronx is huge. >> we play them a lot. we know what they're doing. at the end of this, we'll be up or they'll be up. we have to be three games coming up in new york. we played well this year which
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will give us some confidence. we'll go do the best we can so we'll try to move on. >> d.c. and baltimore have not been kind to one billy cundiff. the redskins released him after he missed five out of the last field goal attempts. he has now been released by the skins and the ravens in less than two months. taking his spot on the roster, forbath would have been the award at ucla in 2009. but he has yet to kick in a regular season nfl game. his most recent experience with the buccaneers. where he was perfect. five for five on his field goal attempts in the preseason. talking college hoops. part two about to get underway. the maryland basketball team performed better than anticipated last year, winning ame.cipated last year, winning now he wants to take the next step. new big men and little chemistr.
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>> the guys we signed tone have egos. they're here. they're in the eye, listening, listening, upperclassmen. when you have that, chemistry will be good. but you can't fake chemistry. some teams try to do it. some don't. i think it will be tremendous all year. i feel good. that's one thing i feel great about right now. i don't feel great about our half court defense. i don't feel good about our man to man offense. i feel really good about how well we get along and how our chemical triis right now. >> he needs a little more sun or we need to crank the iris down on that camera a little bit. the terps open one the defending chachs. kentucky on november 9th. they'll travel to the new barclay center in brooklyn. that's the home of the brooklyn nets so they'll be christening that building. >> i'm glad i gave back some time of. that was a good sportscast. of nationals park tomorrow and
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crash vance's party in the big money seats. >> ain't no way you can fit in my one seat.
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list that most of us can't even dream of. 2 marksr the whole peanuts gang headed to the big screen with their own animated film. it is scheduled to be released in november 2015. that year marks the 65th anniversary of the peanuts comic strip. i'm waiting for the great pumpkin, charlie brown. it's coming soon, right? >> every year. >> you have to believe. >> some windy weather out there? >> on sunday it may get a little windy. that wind will bring in some warmer temperatures. the wind we'll see tomorrow night, that could be a little breezy. that could usher in some cooler air after a nice warm day. 71 tomorrow. 64 on thursday. 67 on friday.
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a couple cool days. with some sunshine. that will be a lot better than the cool days we've seen over the last few days. and then here come that wind out of the southwest. upwards of 20 to 25 miles an hour. that will give us temperatures in the mid 70s. this weekend, looking pretty good right now. >> okay. thanks. some people, i think doreen gets them and doug and probably dan, too, gets the nieman marcus christmas catalogue. >> oh, yeah, yeah. >> it must be a zip code thing. i don't get it. >> it is not about your zip code. >> it doesn't cost anything to look. maybe it is even more nefarious. the most expensive gift in the catalogue is a set of watches which comes with a trip to paris and geneva. the package sells for no more, a little more than a million dollars. no big deal. you can also get a walk-on role in a broadway play for $30,000.
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